SDHA Office Closed for Move – November 23-27

Posted by admin On November - 20 - 2015Comments Off

The SDHA office has a new home! 

During the week of November 23-27th we are moving – computers and phones will not be operational.  If you need to connect with us during this time, feel free to leave a message or send an email, but please be aware that our ability to return messages will be limited.


Saturday November 28, 2015 – 9am to 3pm at the Holiday Inn, 101 Pacific Ave, Saskatoon

Registration 8:30am

Presented by: Dr. Nematollahi & Dr. Hosseini


Laser Working Group

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The SDHA is in the process of reviewing our current policy relating to the use of lasers for dental hygienists in the treatment of periodontal disease. A Position Statement was developed in 2014 and the Council committed to performing a bi-annual review. It’s time to do that!

If you are interested in being part of the Laser Working Group to review literature, consult with experts and make a recommendation to Council regarding the use of lasers for dental hygienists, please contact the SDHA at 306-931-7342 ext 4, or

Member mailing coming this week

Posted by admin On November - 2 - 2015Comments Off

Thanks to all who completed their license renewal by the new deadline.  Renewals have been processed and a mailing will be sent this week that includes:

  • Memo
  • License certificates and receipts
  • SDHA Newsletter
  • Brochure for 2nd Annual SDHA Conference – April 15 & 16, 2016
  • New address cards – The SDHA is moving this month.  Please update your SDHA contact info to:
    • SDHA, 1024 8th Street East, Saskatoon, SK, S7H 0R9

Mental Health First Aid Course

Posted by admin On September - 11 - 2015Comments Off
Developed through the Mental Health Commission of Canada, this two-day certification course helps improve mental health literacy and gives participants the skills to provide early intervention to individuals developing or experiencing a mental health crisis. Trained mental health first-aid (MHFA) providers are able to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental health problems, provide initial support until either the crisis has resolved or appropriate treatment is found and provide guidance on follow-up care. With one in three Canadians experiencing some form of mental health problem at some point in life, the knowledge and skills acquired in this course have broad applications, including with family, friends, colleagues, coworkers, patients and oneself. This course employs a combination of lecture, small-group work, videos, case presentations and simulated scenarios to deliver the full 12-hour MHFA curriculum. Dr. Brothwell is certified to teach MHFA.

See Brochure


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Saskatchewan Dental Hygienists’ Association (SDHA)
114-3502 Taylor Street East,Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Ph: (306) 931-7342 Fax: (306) 931-7334